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You may have sustained a small corneal abrasion from this incident. Corneal abrasions heal quickly but are at risk for a secondary infection....and...
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Hi Go to www.cayennepepper.info, have a read about plaque on there, your find CP is very good at cleaning out plaque, plus a whole host of other...
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You are treating a sty correctly....
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An accurate diagnosis is not made by symptoms alone. Without knowing your medical history and have the ability to examine you first-hand, there is...
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It is good news that the eye condition was found early and that corrective actions can occur. After the age of 9 years old, many eye conditions...
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Hi The good news is, these can be removed, said to be successful.But and here's the but, they will come back again and again. so it a bit like...
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I would strongly suggest that you take him to a doctor, since he has had lingering problems after the falls. If he has not gotten better after so...
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Hi Bit late now, but its advised not to have Lasik surgery if you are pregnant, I think you should go see your doctor or obstetrician and seek more...
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You need work if you eye get better on it own. If not you need make dotor trip
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Going to the hospital ER is really not the best place to evaluate a two-year old eye injury with residual symptoms, and.....there is really nothing...
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sounds like sinus problems to me..time to see a dr
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No you shouldn't but get a piece of paper towel damp and wipe it off of his eye(s) every time. :-)
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it may be arcus senilis.Arcus senilis (or arcus senilis corneae) is a white, gray, or blue opaque ring in the corneal margin (peripheral corneal...
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